One Thursday Morning : Diamond Lake

  • by T.K. Chapin
  • Narrated by Susan Fouche
  • Series: Diamond Lake
  • 3 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Running not only for her own life, but that of her unborn baby, Serenah moves across the country to a little town outside of Spokane Washington called Newport. It's here she'll begin to build a new life and go by a different name in the hopes of staying hidden from her abusive husband John. Can Serenah find happiness in her new life? Or will the past eventually catch up to her?
From the best-selling inspirational Christian romance author T.K. Chapin comes a story of love, faith and passion that will keep you listening to see what happens next.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Soo Good

I got this book via audiobook boom. I loved this story. It is a story of faith, strength and the ability to make lemonade out of lemons. After living in an abusive situation and escaping then finding the one man that God has for you was remarkable. It makes you think about how when you read the Bible with understanding rather than through someone else's eyes. This story made me think and continue to listen until the end.
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- Amazon CustomerBeliever

Wanted so much more from a Christian Romance

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This story did not seem realistic to life. I was hopeful for a good story of God's redemption. Instead it portrayed unrealistic events. I will admit I've never been in an abusive relationship. I found the main character's responses, the action of the abuser and the other characters unrealistic. For example if a sweet girl had lived in town for a year, in a town that claims to be friendly and loving, the townspeople side with her rather than her abusive husband when he shows up saying negative things about her. And really, would a police officer not come when a woman calls to say she's been beaten up by her husband? The Christian parts felt stuffed into the story rather than the redemptive part of the story. Such a disappointment.

What was most disappointing about T.K. Chapin’s story?

The unrealistic details of the events of the story.

What about Susan Fouche’s performance did you like?

The reader did a good job reading the story and putting emotion into it. She has a pleasant voice and the characters were distinct.

Any additional comments?

I hope this is not evidence of the quality of this author since I read "best-selling" author in the reviews.

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- lazy reader

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-04-2016
  • Publisher: T.K. Chapin